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Grammar Check

Module 1
Present Tenses


1 Put the verbs in brackets into the correct present tense.


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Dear Kate,
How are you? We 1).........(have) a great time here in Japan. We 2)........(stay) at a nice hotel. Every day we 3)...........(have) breakfast at 7:30, then, we 4).............(go) sightseeing. We 5)..............(go) to a lot of museums and galleries so far but we
6)................. (not/do) any shopping yet. Tomorrow we 7).........(visit) Tokyo Disney Resort. I can't wait. Later in the evening we 8)..............(attend) a concert. It's a pity you 9).............(not/be) here. 10).................(you/finish) with your exams? We 11)................(leave) this Saturday. Our flight 12).................(reach) London at 7:30 pm.
I do miss you.
Lisa

2 Put the verbs in brackets into the present simple or the present continuous.

1    A: I........(see) my aunt tonight.
     B: I ........ (see). So you won't be able to  meet us in the afternoon then, will you?

2    A: Why........(you/smell) the milk?
      B: I think it........(smell) funny. I'm afraid it has gone off.

3    A: I........(think) about joining a gym.
      B: I........(think) that's a great idea.

4    A: Why........(Annie/be) so sad today?
      B: I really ........ (not/know). She ........ (be) usually in a cheerful mood.

5    A: Is James all right? He ........ (look) very pale.
     B: Yes, I know. I........(look) for the doctor'sphone number right now.

6    A: Why........(you/taste) the chicken curry?
      B: To see if I need to add more spices. But no, I think it........(taste) delicious the way it is.

3 Complete the sentences so that they are true for    you.

1    At present, I.........
2    My friend........yet.
3    I always.........
4    My parents don't.........
5    I........never.........
6    My uncle........now.
7    Our teacher........already........
8    My friend doesn't.........
9    I........so far.
10    My mum doesn't.........

4 Use the appropriate future tense to complete what Mary might say, as in the example.

1    Her friend says she feels cold.
2    She hears a weather report predicting rain. "It........."
3    She has arranged to go shopping with her friend, Beth. "Beth and I........."
4    She wants her friend to post a letter for her. "Will you........?"
5    She's catching the 6 o'clock train to Brighton. "My train........."
6    Someone asks her about her plans for next July. "This time next July, I........."

5 Complete the gaps with will or be going to in the correct form.

1    A: Your shirt is dirty.
      B: I know. I........wash it later.

2    A: I'm a bit hungry.
      B: I........make you a sandwich.

3    A: What are your plans for Saturday night?
      B: We ........ invite some friends over for dinner. Would you like to come?

4    A: The doorbell is ringing.
      B: I........get it.

5    A: What are your plans for summer holidays?
      B: We........travel to Spain. We've already booked our tickets.

6    A: Try not to be late.
      B: Don't worry. I........be back by 7:00.

6 Complete the second sentence with a different future form so that it has a similar meaning to the first. Use up to three words.

1    The Prime Minister will visit Russia next week. The Prime Minister........Russia next week.
2    Look! The bus is going to leave. Look! The bus........leave.
3    Her flight arrives at 7:00 pm. Her flight........arrive at 7:00 pm.
4    Jim will surely be angry when he hears the bad news. Jim........angry when he hears the bad news.
5    The car factory will soon close down. The car factory is........closing down.

Past Tenses

7 Put the verbs in brackets into the correct past tense.

1    A: How........(you/find out) about the cruise?
      B: I........(look) through a magazine when I........(see) the advertisement.

2    A: Have you typed the contract yet?
      B: Actually, I........(just/start) it before you........(walk) in.

3    A: We........(go) to the flea market yesterday.
      B: Really!........(you/buy) anything?

4    A: Tonia performed really well yesterday.
      B: Yes. She ........ (practise) for months before the recital.

5    A: ........(you/enjoy) your flight?
      B: Yes, although in the beginning I was a little nervous as I........(never/fly) before.

6    A: Where........(your sister/stay) when she........(go) to London?
      B: In a cheap youth hostel.

7    A: When........(your dad/retire)?
      B: Last month. He ........(work) for the same company for 25 years.

8    A: ........(you/have) a nice time at the concert last night?
      B: No, it was terrible. The band ........(only/play) for ten minutes when it........(start) to rain.

9    A: ........ (your brother/be) at home when you.......(arrive)?
      B: No, he........(already/go out).

8 Use the time expressions below and present, past or future tenses to make sentences about yourself.

•    tomorrow • yesterday • usually
•    two weeks ago • these days • next week
•    for six months • last week

->    This time tomonow, I'll be having football practice.

9 In pairs, use the ideas to talk about your childhood, as in the example. Use your own ideas as well.

•    live in the countryside • play in the park
•    ride a bicycle • go to parties • own a pet
•    make tree houses • go fishing with your dad

->    A: Did you use to live in the countryside when you were a child?
        B: No, I didn't, i lived in the city. What about you?
        A: I used to live in a small village by the sea.


10 Choose the correct answer.

1    When John was young, he..... usually walk to school.
      A am used to        B used to       C would

2    Anne ........ work in a shop, but now she works in a bank.
      A used to           B would             C got used to

3    Jenny........getting up early in the morning.
       A didn't use to             C used to
       B isn't used to

4    I don't think I'll ever ........wearing contact lenses.
      A get used to              C would
      B be used to

5    Although Tim has been living in the city for almost a year, he still........it.
       A wasn't used to    
       B isn't used to
       C is used to

6    When Peter was in the army, he........wake up at 6 o'clock in the morning.
      A was used to                B got used to                   C would

Grammar Check

Module 2
Relative clauses


1   Make sentences, as in the example. Make any necessary changes.

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2  Join the sentences using relative pronouns.
Omit the relative pronouns if possible.

1    The letter hasn't arrived yet. He posted it three days ago.
2    They are playing a song on the radio. It's my favourite.
3    The football match was very exciting. My friend played in it.
4    Let's go to Greece. The sun always shines there.
5    The sweets are delicious. We bought them yesterday.
6    Tom introduced me to Mr Smith. Mr Smith is his manager.
7    I am reading a book at the moment. It is very interesting.
8    This is Jane. Her sister is my coach.
9    He discovered a painting in the basement. It is worth a lot of money.
10   My parents moved to the city to find work. They were born in a small village.

3  Match the phrases to make sentences.

1    Scotland is a country
2    Sam is a journalist
3    Frank is a photographer
4    Kenya is a place
5    My mother is a person

a   who writes for the  Sun.
b   whose studio is in the city centre.
c    where you can see a lot of lions.
d    who likes to help others.
e which has many castles.

Clauses of Purpose

4   Choose the correct option A, B or C.


1    Please go to Customer Service    ...............a refund.
A for                               B to                         C in order to

2    I went to the dentist................. have one of my teeth filled.
A for                              B to                         C in case

3    Gabriel takes the bus .................. avoid getting stuck in traffic jams.
A for                             B in case                    C in order to

4    I'm hungry. Let's stop......................a quick snack.
A for                             B to                              C in order to

5    Students go to the library .................... they can study quietly.
A so that                                         C in case
B in order to

6    We took an umbrella....................it rained.
A so that                   B so as to                    C in case

7    They called us ................. invite us over.
A so as to                 B so that                     C with a view to

8    I'll buy some more juice..............Jimmy comes.
A so that                                     C in case
B with a view to

обед

5  Amanda is going on holiday. Why is she taking these objects with her? Make sentences using so that, to, in case.

пляжные принадлежности

> She's taking sunscreen so that she won't get sunburnt.

Clauses of Reason

6   Underline the correct word/phrase.

1    I'm going to be late for work because/ because of this traffic!
2    I can't lend you any money because/because of I don't have any.
3    Due to/Since you're going to the supermarket, could you buy me some milk, too?
4    There will be no classes on Tuesday due to/because the national holiday.
5    I couldn't see the sign due to/since it was too dark outside.
6    I think I have this terrible headache because/ due to I was out in the sun too long yesterday.
7    Because of/Since we don't have to work today, why don't we go for a picnic?
8    Tim won't be able to come with us because/ because of he has to study for his exams.

Clauses of Result

7   Fill in with so, such, such a/an.

1    There were......... many people there that we waited in the queue for more than an hour.
2    She is .............. bad player that nobody wants her on their team.
3    Susan is.......... popular that she gets invited to parties all the time.
4    They were............ lovely earrings that she bought them all.
5    Bob was .............. angry that he left without saying good bye.
6    She is................ intelligent woman that everybody asks for her advice.
7    It was...............cold weather that we stayed in.
8    Her visit was ............... pleasant surprise that I didn't know what to say.

8   Complete the sentences.

1    She was sent home because..........    
2    Take some money in case.............    
3    There were so many people at the party...............
4    He's been training at the gym in order..................
5    She's such a boring person.........................
6    It was such nice weather.....................    
7    They were all looking at her because ....................
8    They bought lots of food in case.................    
9    She earns so little money.....................    
10    He doesn't have a mobile phone so.......................

Module 3
-ing form/to -infinitive/
infinitive without to    


1  Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form (-ing form, to -infinitive or infinitive without to).

1    You should avoid.........(have) an argument.
2    Let me.............. (stay) up a little longer. The film hasn't finished yet.
3    The bathroom needs...........(paint).
4    They didn't let us...........(pay) for the meat.
5    He's old enough..............(drive) a car.
6    Lie down and take a deep breath..........(feel) better.
7    I can't stand.................(watch) horror films.
8    My parents made me..............(stay) at home.
9    Will you help me............(repair) my bike?
10    It's not worth............(try) to convince him.
11    You should    .............. (be) very careful when you walk in dark streets at night.
12    She was advised............(report) the crime to the police.
13    I can't wait...............(tell) Tina the good news.
14    I can't stand............(be/told) lies.
15    He doesn't mind ..................(help) with the housework.

2   Choose the correct answer.

1    Do you mind...............outside, please?
         A wait                     B to wait                  C waiting

2    He's looking forward................abroad.
        A travelling                                    C to travelling
        B to travel

3    We've always wanted............on a safari.
         A go                           B to go                    C going

4    I'd love.............you again.
        A see                    B to see                   C seeing

5    How about    ............. us for a skiing holiday?
         A join                      B to join                  C joining

6    There's no point in............ He won't forgive me.
         A apologise                       C apologising
          B to apologise

3 Choose the correct item.

1    I love swim/swimming in the sea.
2    We decided to go/going ice skating.
3    You'd better not go/going snowbiking until you learn how to ski.
4    I enjoy to try/trying new and exciting sports.
5    Tony didn't expect to like/liking the new video game.
6    We would love seeing/to see you next weekend.
7    It's worth paying/to pay a little more money to get a good seat.
8    Jane can snowboard/to snowboard quite well.
9    I would rather go/going horseriding than kitesurfing.
10    We'd better stay/staying in tonight.
11    I'd rather not study/studying on a Saturday evening.
12    I promise trying/to try my best.

4   Put the verbs in brackets into the correct
infinitive or -ing form.


1    A: Is it easy.......(learn) gymnastics?
        B: It's not too difficult.

2    A: I'm tired of..............(play) computer games!
        B: Let's go out, then!

3    A: Let me .......... (help) you carry the equipment.
        B: That's very kind of you. Thanks.

4    A: Sue suggested .......... (go) skiing on Sunday. Do you want to come?
        B: I'd love to.

5    A: You had better.......... (not/play) tennis until your arm is better.
        B: You're right. I'll wait.

6    A: I am looking forward to .............. (watch) the Olympics on TV.
        B: So am I.

7    A: The shop assistant refuses................ (give) me a refund.
        B: You should talk to the manager, then.

8    A: Do you fancy ............(go) to the cinema with us?
        B: Thanks, but I'd rather ..........(stay) at home tonight.

9      A: What sports would you like.............(do)?
         B: I'm interested in .........(learn) how to    ski.                  

10      A: I can't stand. ..........(eat) meat.
           B: Neither can I.

11      A: How's the training going?
            B: Quite well. I am hoping............(play) professionally next year.

12        A: Why didn't you come to the match?
             B: I had to.........(study) for my exams.
    
5    Underline the correct word.

шоппинг

Many shoppers are considering online shopping. It's the new way of 1) purchase/ purchasing items without 2) have/having to bother with long queues, searching desperately for a particular article or dealing with annoying sales assistants. And of course you can 3) find/to find inexpensive things by simply 4) use/using the tips of your fingers.

However, beware. There are postage and packing expenses 5) to consider/ considering, no one will help you 6) finding/find what you are looking for and, of course, you must 7) rely/to rely on pictures since it's impossible 8) to try/ trying on what you choose. Once you have paid for an item, it's difficult 9) return/to return it if you don't like it. Furthermore, it is risky 10) giving/to give your credit card  number online.

6  Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form
(-ins form, or to-infinitive).


1    A: Remember........  (buy) me a newspaper on your way home.
        B: I don't remember............(see) him before.

2    A: I'll never forget.........(visit) Moscow.
        B: I think I forgot..........(lock) the door.

3    A: I regret ............. (tell) you that you failed your exams.
         B: I regret..........(tell) you lies.

4    A: Please try..............(be) on time.
        B: Why don't you try...............(add) some pepper?

5    A: Stop ............... (make) this noise.
        B: He stopped ................. (have) a snack, then continue with his work.

6    A: I meant................ (send) you a letter but I didn't remember the address.
         B: If you are to pass your exams, that means ...............(study) a lot.

7    a) Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form, (ing form, to-infinitive or infinitive without to.)

1    She doesn't mind........(work) late.
2    He likes...............(play) basketball.
3    He can't stand................(wait) in long queues.
4    Her parents make her....................(study) French.
5    She wants..................(become) a pilot.
6    He's looking forward to................(travel) abroad.
7    She hates.................(travel) by bus.
8    I'd love............    (study) Medicine.
9    She enjoys ............    (dance).
10    He always helps his brother ............... (do) his homework.

b) Rewrite the above sentences so that they are true for you.


Modul 4
Passive Voice/Causative formy


1    Fill in the correct passive tense of the verbs in the brackets.

1    A: The Great Sphinx in Egypt is an amazing sight!
         B: It is indeed. It ...............(build) thousands of years ago.

2    A: Have you seen the new house down the street?
         B: Yes, it..............(design) by Mike Smith.

3    A: The Great Pyramid of Giza is the last remaining ancient wonder of the world.
         B: Yes, and it ..........(visit) by millions of people through the ages.

4    A: The situation is very serious.
         B: I agree. Something.................(must/do) soon.

5    A: I think there's someone behind us.
         B: Yes. We    ...............(follow).

6       A: Where does the WWF find the money to pay for all its projects?
         B: Money............. (donate) by people all  over the world.

2   Rewrite the sentences in the passive.

1  They will build a new hospital next month.
2   They cleaned the room this morning.
3    She didn't invite us to the wedding.
4    You can't use cameras inside the musuem.
5    The Prime Minister will open the new hospital on Monday.
6     Careless drivers can cause accidents.
7     A loud noise woke them up last night.
8     In the USA, they hold Presidential elections every four years.
9     They will translate his book into Portuguese.
10    They found the minister guilty of fraud.

3    Write the headlines in full sentences. Use the passive.

night

4   Read the information. Use it to form sentences in the passive.

•    located in Westminster, London
•    converted into a palace
in the 1820s by John Nash
•    opened to public in the mid-1990s
•    drawings by Leonardo Da Vinci kept there
•    visited by millions of tourists every year

London

•    located in Agra, India
•    built by Shah Jahan for his wife
•    set within gardens
•    covered in marble
•    visited by a lot of tourists every year

5   Rewrite the sentences starting as suggested.

1    People say that he has escaped from prison.
         A He...................                  B It........................
    
2    People think that she is a very gifted person.
         A She...................                B It.......................    

3    The newspapers report that the two film stars were married.
        A The two film stars ...............    
        B It    .......................

4    People say that he has donated all his money to charity.
A He .................                    B It    .....................

5    Experts expect the number of casualties to rise.
        A The number of casualties    ...................
        B It    ........................

6    Rewrite the sentences in the passive.

1    Someone broke into the museum last night.
2    They stole ten paintings.
3    I had the feeling that someone was watching me.
4    You must take this matter seriously.
5    People are buying more and more cars every day.
6    Someone has damaged the statue.
7    He submitted the proposal in writing.
8    I'm afraid you can't use your camera here.

7     Rewrite the following sentences in the causative form.

1    Jane asked her husband to wash the car.
2    Tom will ask someone to recycle all the paper from his office.
3    A plumber is putting special water filters on all of Jane's taps.
4    A mechanic has altered Mike's motorbike to give off less emissions.
5    Sally asked Jane to cook dinner for her.
6    I asked the vet to look at my dog.
7    The supermarket delivered the shopping to my house.
8    When will they clean up our local beach?
9    The mechanic has fixed Kelly's car.
10    My wallet was stolen last week.

8   Match the two halves of the conversation. Put the verbs in the causative.

1    I thought the  fence was  damaged.    
2    These windows are broken.    
3    This door seems broken.    
4    The garden looks great.    
5    Where's my car?
6    I don't like my bedroom.    

a   I > had it repaired. (have/repair)
b   I...........(redecorate) it.
c   I    (fix/next Monday).
d    At the mechanic's.  I...........(service) before you leave on tour.
e   I...........(new ones/install/tomorrow).
f    I .........  (flowers/plant/last Tuesday).

9   Emma moved to a new neighbourhood last week.Use the words and the pictures to write sentences.


соседи

1 can have my watch mended here.

Modul 5
Modals


1   Rephrase the following sentences as in the example.

1 It is possible that he will go to the party tonight.

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2    It's necessary to have a visa to visit the USA.
        ....................................................................
3    I think it's a good idea to move to a house in the countryside where there isn't so much pollution.
..........................................................................
............................................................................
4    I'm not sure if he's coming with us tomorrow.
...........................................................................
5    It isn't necessary for you to give me a lift home. I can take a taxi.
.........................................................................................................
6    Perhaps he's sleeping.
...............................................................................
7    I'm sure he isn't telling the truth.
..............................................................................
8     You aren't allowed to eat in class.
.............................................................................

2   Underline the correct word/phrase.

1    He was supposed to be/must have been back from Madrid last Monday but he decided to stay longer.
2    You mustn't/shouldn't have insulted him. He's always so kind to you.
3    It mustn't/can't be Peter. He is too tall.
4    "I needn't have fed/didn't need to feed the dog because my brother promised to do it."
5    "You can't/mustn't have done well at your exams! You hadn't studied at all."
6    "You might/should have asked me before you told him my secret. I didn't want him to find out the truth."
7    James could/should have got caught in traffic. That's why he's late today.
8    You have to/should start work at 9am every day.

3  Rewrite the underlined phrases using must, have to, don't have to, should, may/might, need to, don't need to.


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The bathroom is one of the most dangerous areas of the home. You could easily fall and hurt yourself. However, there are a few things you can do to prevent such accidents. _ It's very easy to slip while you're having a shower so 1) it'd be a good idea to put a non-slip mat in your shower. Although it 2) isn't necessary to have a bath mat next to your shower, 3) you'll perhaps find it very useful. 4) It is also necessary to keep the floor clean and dry. If there is any water on the floor after you have had your shower, 5) you are supposed to clean it.

4   Underline the correct word/phrase.


1    A: I've just bought a birthday cake.
        B: You didn't need to/needn't have. I've just made one.


2    A: I'm really busy at the moment. Should/Could I call you back later?
        B: Yes, certainly.


3    A: Shall/Will I help you with the bags?
        B: Yes, please.


4    A: Shall/Will you do the ironing for me, please?
        B: I'm sorry, but I can't.


5    A: I can't find my mobile.
        B: You should/may have left it at home.


6    A: She looks really tired!
        B: She should/must have been working all night.


7    A: I don't know why Adam is upset with me.
         B: He might/can have misunderstood what you told him the other day.


8      A: I have the flu.
          B: You mustn't/shouldn't have come to work. You must/should have stayed at home.

5  Use can, can't, have to, don't have to and need with the phrases below to ask and answer questions about travelling by plane from London Heathrow. You can use your own ideas.


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•    buy tickets in advance
•    have a passport
•    check-in 5 hours before departure time
•    take your luggage on board
•    eat or drink on the plane
•    take duty free goods on board
 
> A: Do ! have to buy tickets in advance?

   B: Yes, you do.

6    Make up sentences, as in the example. You can use the phrases given, as well as your own ideas.

бомж
•    have no family
•    be homeless
•    feel very lonely
> She may have no family

офис
•    be very upset
•    miss an important meeting
•    be late for work

боль
•    feel very sad
•    fail his final exams
•    study a lot

7   Fill in the correct modal verbs to complete the rules in England.

Rules

1  You ........... be 18 years old to drink.    
2    In order to drive a car, you............to be 17, but you drive a motorbike at 16.    
3    All citizens................ vote after they've turned 18.    
4    In most English schools, students................wear uniforms.    
5    You.............. to stay in school until you turn 16.    
6    You................... be 16 to be allowed to marry.

8    What are the rules in your country?


9   Write sentences to explain what each sign means. Use modals and the following verbs: feed, fish, smoke, park, litter, ride, turn, enter.


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Modul 6
Reported Speech


1 Rewrite the statements in the reported I speech.

1    "You'll get sunstroke if you don't use sunscreen", he said.
2    "I'll definitely return it tomorrow", he said.
3    "Denise didn't come with us", he said.
4    "We will wait for you until you are ready", they said.
5    "I think you should talk to your parents about your problem", he said.
6    "That was the most difficult test I have ever written", she said.

2 Rewrite the questions in the reported speech.

1    "When does the last train to Liverpool leave?" the woman asked.
2    "Have you ever been to China?" she asked me.
3    "Who is in charge of this project?" she asked.
4    "Will it take long to repair the engine?" he asked.
5    "How long is the journey going to take?" we asked.
6    "Did you see the sign, madam?" the policeman asked me.

3  Who said what? Match the speakers 1-7 to the speakers A-G then, report what they said.

1    "Be careful with the wires."    
2    "Write your names at the top of the paper."
3    "Avoid eating chocolates."    
4    "Don't climb the fence, children."    
5    "Always lock the doors     at night."
6    "Help me with the exercise, please."
7    "Don't park here."

A the teacher
B the firefighter
C the children's nanny
D my best friend
E the traffic  warden
F the dentist
G the policeman

> 1B  The firefighter told us to be careful with the wires.

Reported Speech

4   You have received a letter from a friend on holiday. Read the sentences 1-6, then complete your friend's letter, as in the example.

1    Angela said that she was in Italy.
2    She said that she had arrived six days before.
3    She said that she was staying in a lovely hotel.
4    She said that she spent her morning on the beach.
5    She said that she loved the food.
6    She said that she was coming home on the 10th.

Dear Joan,
    How are you? 1) > I am in Italy. I 2)    ................. It's really beautiful here. 3).......... with a huge swimming pool. 4)    .................. which is sandy and clean. It's great! I have been to some nice little restaurants and 5)    ............. it's delicious.
6................. See you then.
Love,
Angela

5  Report the sentences. Use the words in brackets.

1   'Don't swim in the lake,' he said, (warned)
2    'How long are you going to stay?' he said, (asked)
3    'I've got too much homework to do', she said (complained)
4    Let's go to the cinema,' he said, (suggested)
5    'I didn't steal the money,' he said, (denied)
6    'You'd better see a doctor,' she said to me. (advised)
7    'Call us when you arrive,' he said to Ann. (reminded)
8   'I won't do it,' he said, (refused)
9    'OK, I'll help them,' she said, (agreed)
10   'Please, please, don't tell anyone,' she said, (begged)

6   Look at the messages on Kelly's answering machine. Report them to your partner.

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7   Complete the sentences. Use reported speech.

1    My friend asked............    
2    Someone told me    ...............
3    Our teacher asked us................    
4    My parents told me.............    
5    I asked my friend.................
6    The Maths teacher said    ..............
7    I asked the coach.....................    
8    My best friend told me    ..................

8   Read what Carmen said about her job, then report what she said, as in the example.

I work with a team of twelve doctors and medical assistants. We fly all over the world, wherever our help is needed. Last year, we were in Mozambique. We stayed there for six months. We set up a hospital and trained people how to treat minor injuries and illnesses. We also vaccinated a lot of children. This year, we are in Rwanda. We have been here for two months only but our work is already progressing. I find my job really rewarding.

>   Carmen is a doctor. She said that she worked with a Learn of twelve doctors and ...

9   You just applied for a position as a salesperson at the local mall. Here are the questions  you were asked during the interview.

1   How old are you?
2   Where do you go to school?
3   Where do you live?
4   Have you worked anywhere before?
5    Do you have any experience in sales?
6   What interests do you have?
7   Can you work during the holidays?
8   When are you available to start?
9   How will you be coming to work?
10  Do you have any other questions?

Your friend has an interview at the same store tomorrow. Complete the e-mail telling her what questions you were asked.

To: Melinda Hart
From: Ashley Moore
Subject: Interview
Hey Melissa,

I just got back from my interview and I think it went well. Here are some of the questions he asked me so you can prepare for tomorrow.

He asked me 1)    ............ He wanted to know which school 2)................at and where 3)................Then he asked 4)................ before and 5).................... experience in sales. He also asked what interests 6)    ................. He wanted to know 7).................... during the holidays and 8)........................ to start. He asked 9)............. to work and wondered
rafx! 10)    ............... any other questions.

Modul 7
Conditionals/Wishes

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1 Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, NBA all-time scoring champion, talks about his adolescence and achievements.

"I grew up in New York in the '50s with two parents who cared about me. If they 1).............    (not/support) me so much, I would have got into trouble. But they taught me about discipline.

My mom emphasized that school was a very important part of my life. If she hadn't wanted me so much to do well, I 2).......... (not/get) that message to the heart.

The first time I stepped in a basketball court I didn't do well at all. But I kept trying. If I 3)........... (not/try) so hard, I would have never got the ball up to the rim level. I started to get good at the 7th and 8th grades. That's when I realized that basketball was going to play a big role in my life. However, if I wanted to become a good basketball player, I 4).............    (have) to work hard. I worked hard. It was difficult but this experience helped me in many ways: had I not been there, I 5)......... (not/become) what I am now."

2    Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense.

1    If Brian    ........(leave) now, he won't miss his flight.
2    If I were you, I........ (not/talk) to him again.
3    If I had gone with them, I..............(have) a great time.
4    The plane............(not/take off) unless it stops snowing.
5    If she.......(listen) to the weather forecast, she wouldn't have left.
6    If Jenny had got up early, she.........(not/be) late for school.
7    If Timothy had some money, he...........(buy) a new bicycle.
8    We'll go to the beach unless it............... (rain).
9    If I.............. (see) Richard, I'll tell him about the dinner party on Friday.
10    If Bridget is here by 6 o'clock, we ............... (go) to the cinema.
11    If I ................ (be) you, I would recycle more.
12    If Laura studies more, she............(pass) her exams.

3  Complete the sentences.

1    If he calls,........    
2    If he had more free time,..........    
3    If you don't like the present,.........
4    If they had had the money,    .........
5    He would write to me if..........    
6    You won't regret it if.........
7    Would you have apologised to him if..................?
8    I would have met her.............    
9    If he had recognized me,.............    
10 Unless you leave on time,..................    

4   Make a conditional sentence for each headline.

1
FIREFIGHTERS ARRIVE IN TIME TO SAVE FAMILY FROM FLAMES


> If the firefighters hadn't arrived in time, they wouldn't have saved the family from the flames.


2
 Demand for
Mobile Phones rises     
as Prises Fall

3
RIVER BURSTS BAMS AFTER HEAVY RAIN

4
FOOTBALL PLAYER BREAKS LEG SPENDS NIGHT IN HOSPITAL

5
ROBBERS ARRESTED AFTER CAR CRASH


5    Why did these things happen? Join sentences 1-6 to their causes A-F and make sentences, as in the example.

1    My neighbour lost his parrot.
2    I caught a cold.
3    He had a miserable . childhood.
4    He wrote a best selling book.
5    She became a very successful artist.
6    She lost her purse in the train

A She had no money to pay for the meal.
B I walked for a long time in the rain.
C He left the cage door open.
D She insisted on fulfilling her dreams.
E He was invited to speak to the University.
F He didn't want to talk about his early years.

> 1 C
If my neighbour hadn't left the cage door open, he wouldn't have lost his parrot.


6  Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense.

1    A:    What do you think of the view from here?
         B:    It's amazing. I just wish I .......... (have) my digital camera with me.

2    A:    Johnny never stops playing those new video games.
         B:    I wish we.........(not/buy) them.

3    A:    I wish I..............(find) a job.
        B:    Why don't you look in the newspaper?

4    A:    You were quite rude to Janet yesterday, you know.
         B:    You're right. I wish I..............(not/speak) to her like that.

5    A:    Ann's very upset.
         B:    I know. If only I    ............(not/speak) to her that rudely.

6    A:    I wish the weather................    (change).
         B:    Yes. Then we could go to the beach.

7    A:    Your Internet connection is so slow.
         B:    If only we.............(have) broadband out here.

8    A:    People are always ringing me on my mobile phone!
         B:    Tell me about it! Sometimes I wish mobile phones ............(not/exist) at all!

9    A:    You look sick.
        B:    If only I    .................(not/eat) so much.

10    A:    I wish I    ................(know) how to use a computer.
         B:    Don't worry. I'll show you.

7    Rewrite the following sentences to express either an unreal situation in the present, a regret about a past event, or a desire for a situation or someone's behaviour to change.

1    I sent my text message to the wrong person.

> I wish I hadn't done it.

2    My brother never helps with the housework.
3    I didn't take any photos of the wedding.
4    They stole my laptop.
5    Our computer has a virus.
6    My parents won't buy me the new games console.
7    I haven't got a digital TV.
8    You never stop talking about your new MP3 player.
9    Sandra listens to loud music all day.
10 It isn't summer yet.

8   What do the people in the pictures wish? Write sentences beginning:

> /...

желания

Grammar Check


Modul 8
Inversion/Plural/Singular
Nouns/Quantifiers


1  Underline the correct answer.

THE  BERMUDA TRIANGLE

The Bermuda Triangle (or "Devil's Triangle") is a triangular area in the Atlantic Ocean defined by Miami, Bermuda and Puerto Rico. Legend has it that 1) not any/not only people, but also ships and planes have mysteriously disappeared there. But exactly how many 2) depend/depends on who is doing the locating and the counting. Some writers claim that 3) as many/as few as 1000 lives have been lost in the region, while others (like the US Coast Guard) say that this number is 4) either/both totally imaginary or wildly overestimated.

A 5) great deal of/hardly any theories have been given to explain the mystery of missing ships and planes. Evil extraterrestrials, the lost city of Atlantis, anti-gravity devices and even modern-day pirates have been blamed by 6) either/both the media and the public over the years. However, very 7) few/little research has actually been done into the matter and most of these theories are no 81) more/much than rumours passed on from generation to generation.

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2  Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use inversion and up to three words.

1    We can go on with the plan only if you agree. Only if you agree.....on with the plan.
2    Edward won't leave the house under any circumstances.
        Under no circumstances............the house.


3    If you'd arrived on time, you wouldn't have missed the beginning of the play.
        Had  ............ time, you wouldn't have missed the beginning of the play.


4    If I were you, I'd apologise. Were............., I'd apologise.


5    He only asks for help when he's really desperate.
        Only when he's really desperate, .........for help.


6    Nicole didn't realise that her mother was so worried about her.
        Little ................ that her mother was so worried about her.


7    She acted so well that she was offered the role.
        So well...........that she was given the role.


8    I only watch television when I don't have anything else to do.
        Only when I don't have anything else to do, ...............television.


9    She was so nervous that she kept biting her nails.
        Such...........that she kept biting her nails.


10   I didn't expect that they would throw a surprise party for my birthday.
        Little.................that they would throw a surprise party for my birthday.

3    Correct the mistakes in the sentences.

1    Are there any water in the bucket?
2    I'd like an information about the price of this computer, please.
3    There is some evidences of crime in the area.
4    She's got really bad headache.
5    I can't hear word he's saying.
6    I need an advice about where to stay.
7    I haven't got many bread or milk.
8    I'd like some jar of jam, please.
9    You shouldn't eat too many fast food.
10 There is very few time left.

4   Fill in is or are.

1    Physics........my favourite subject.
2    The weather......very nice today.
3    Our luggage........already in the car.
4    His new clothes.............very trendy.
5    The police.........questioning the two criminals at the moment.
6    My advice...........that you have to find a new job.
7    Where..........my glasses? Have you seen them?
8    These earrings..........made of diamonds.
9    The news................on every evening at 8:00 pm.
10    Squash    ...........a game played by two or four people.
11    Chinese.............difficult to learn.
12    Her hair...............long and curly.
13    These trousers ............ too small for me to wear.
14    Be careful! The stairs................very slippery.
 
5   Complete the diagram with the words in the list.

    hair • police • traffic • meat • cheese
    glass • cake • paper • book • coffee • tea
    chicken • journey • luck • Maths • advice
    news • trousers • sugar • knife • bread

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6   Fill in: a, an or some.

1    A: Do you want..........biscuits with your tea?
        B: No, thank you. But I'd like..........milk.

2    A: Mary would like to know if you have ice cream.
        B: Yes, I do. There's...............in the freezer.

3    A: Did mum bake a cake?
        B: No, she baked ............. oatmeal cookies and............apple pie.

4    A: Jim's jacket looks very warm.
        B: It must be, it's...........anorak.

5    A: Shall I buy..............rolls from the bakery?
         B: Yes, please. And ........... loaf of bread, too.

6    A: I'd like.............glass of orange juice, please.
         B: Sorry, there isn't any left.

7    A: Did you buy anything while at the shops?
        B: Yes, indeed! I bought .......... fancy blouse and............pair of black jeans.

8    A: Would you like..............chocolate cake?
        B: Yes, please. Can I have................ glass of milk, too?

7    Circle the correct word.

1    Jenna found a lot of/much items on sale.
2    There's too much/many salt in the soup.
3    How much/many flour do we need for the muffins?
4    You haven't finished yet. There's still a lot of/much food left on your plate.
5    Why did you add so much/many water to the mix?
6    We haven't got that much/many time before the shops close.
7    There are too much/many ribbons on this dress.
8    He doesn't drink a lot of/many milk.
9    How much/many did the outfit cost?
10 Mary bought a lot of/much pineapples at the market.

8    Fill in gaps with a few /few /little la little.

1    Susan is going to be.............late for supper.
2    There are only    ........... slices left.
3    Very ................ men learn to cook for themselves.
4    I ate very............last night as I wasn't hungry.
5    Just sprinkle..................cheese on the pizza and it's ready to go into the oven.
6    I can't leave right now. There's ...........    more things I need to buy.
7    Very ................... people came to the dinner party.
8    I have very    .................. money left. I can't buy this bag.
9    I'd like..................    butter on my corn, please.
10    Fay has ................. eggs left. She's going to make some pancakes.






Английский язык. 11 класс : учеб. для общеобразоват. учреждений / [О.В. Афанасьева, Дж.Дули, И.В. Михеева и др.]. - 2-е изд., доп. и перераб. - М.: Express Publishing : Просвещение, 2009. - 244 с. : ил. - (Английский в фокусе).


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